(Douglas Fairbanks 1922)
Whether fact or fiction, Robin Hood, the noble turned outlaw, with his merry men, his lady, Maid Marian, and his lord, King Richard has a permanent home in the hearts of people around the world.
FORMAT: DVD (2 copies provided)
ROYALTY: $250 (paid by HESPERUS)
RUNNING TIME: 120 minutes (one intermission after 55 minutes)
MUSIC: Renaissance music from the Court of Henry VIII of England (1491-1547) with additional medieval music from Italy and France.
PERFORMERS: 4, on more than a dozen medieval and renaissance instruments
- Nell Snaidas/Rosa Lamoreaux: soprano, percussion
- Tina Chancey: viola da gamba, renaissance violin, vielle, recorders
- Grant Herreid: lute, shawm, cornetto, pipe and tabor, tenor voice
- Kathryn Montoya: recorders, shawm, dulcian
PROGRAM MATERIALS: Program includes a four page illustrated program insert with background information about Legends and Outlaws, Douglas Fairbanks, Early Film, and Instruments. Separate young audience activity pages are available.
EXCERPTS ON YOUTUBE:
PROMOTIONAL/ EDUCATIONAL DVD: Presenters receive a DVD with 20 minutes of the film + early music soundtrack, plus 4 narrated slide shows on Early Film, Legends and Outlaws, Douglas Fairbanks, and an Instrument demonstration.